A lot of people don’t know this but overseas military members can use expired coupons for up to six months past expiration!
Being an Army Vet myself, I have decided to try and help those overseas. I am taking donations to help pay for the cost of shipping coupons to our troops. I have collected a list of bases in Japan, Germany, Guam, Italy, Netherlands – to name a few. I plan on rotating from this list on who I send coupons too. The money to pay for this will come from the donations I collect. I will be sending my expired coupons along with others that are sent to me.
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- Make sure and send only Manufacturer Coupons, not store specific or internet printed coupons. Food coupons are preferred the most, while baby coupons are second (diapers, wipes, formula etc.).
- Make sure the coupons you are sending are not more than 30-60 days past the expiration. (closer to 30 if possible especially if you will be sending them parcel post).
- You will need to clip the coupons and separate them into 2 different categories: Food and Non-Food items.
Dog & cat food would be “Non-Food” because these cannot be consumed by humans. Something like Vitamins would be considered non-food as well because you would not eat these. Things like candy, mints, gum, etc would be considered food. Just ask yourself, would you eat these?
Label your coupons, I use a sandwich bag to separate the coupons and label them food and non food.
Avoid using rubber bands or paper clips.
To mail the coupons: Email me and I will give you the mailing address. Put Coups for Troops in your email Subject line.